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A Gaze-Based Web Browser with Multiple Methods for Link Selection
We have developed a gaze-driven web browser that, besides providing basic web surfing functionalities, offers five different methods for link selection, namely Menu, Discrete Cursor, Progressive Zoom, Quick Zoom, and Free Pointing. While these methods are not completely new, as they have already been used either for web surfing or for general gaze interaction, they have never been integrated into a single browser.
This multi-approach solution for link selection not only allows users to choose the methods they like more, but it also allows them to select the most suitable approach depending on the specific kind of link (e.g., textual link, image link, link in a list, etc.).
A Gaze-Based Web Browser with Multiple Methods for Link Selection , by Matteo Casarini, Marco Porta and Piercarlo Dondi.
The browser, with its source code, can be downloaded from a
Please notice that, at the moment, the use of the Tobii EyeX or 4C eye trackers is mandatory.